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Database Monitoring Key to Reducing Security Breaches

Only 48 percent of respondents to a recent survey indicated that they test or validate third-party software to ensure it's not vulnerable to SQL injection.

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Some Clouds May Bypass IT, But Someone Still Needs to Keep the Lights On

Analysts agree on one thing: don't fight cloud-based rogue IT, but embrace it.

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Cisco: WiFi Traffic Will Exceed Wired By 2018

Within five years, more IP traffic will come from devices other than PCs, the networking vendor says in its latest Visual Networking Index.

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The Land Where Skilled IT Workers Don't Pay Tax. Yes, it Really Exists

Some countries in Eastern Europe have opted for an innovative way to hang onto their most talented IT staffers.

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New OpenSSL Breech is No Heartbleed, But Needs to Be Taken Seriously

While the newest OpenSSL security problems are troubling, and you should address it, it's nothing as bad as Heartbleed.

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DevOps Changes Corporate Culture for the Better, Study Suggests

Survey of 9,200 IT professionals finds direct correlation between DevOps adoption and business success.

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